Bob Dylan Trivia Quiz With 16 Questions

Bob Dylan Trivia Quiz

Bob Dylan is the first rock and roll artist to be honored for?

What ancient religious text fits a similar pattern to this song, asking: "How many times must two brothers agree not to dispute what is theirs? / How many wars and how many floods must there be with plague and exile in their wake? / Shamash is the one who can say."

What Motorbike was he riding when he had crash in 1966 ?

Who inducted bob dylan in to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ?

Once Bob Dylan traded Andy Warhol "Elvis Presley" painting for What?

In a certain book, the answer to life, the universe, and everything turns out to be 42. Scientists then have to come up with the exact question-which some suggest should be, "How many roads must a man walk down?" Who is the author of this book in question?

Bob Dylan makes his recording debut, earning $50 for playing harmonica on the recording session for Who”

Name the song : 'Anybody can be just like me, obviously. But then, not too many can be like you, fortunately.'

Who performed a version of "Blowin' in the Wind" at Dylan's 30th Anniversary Concert Special?

Which British University awarded Bob Dylan an honorary doctorate in 2004 ?

Name the song: 'Drinkin' man listens to the voice he hears in a crowded room full of covered up mirrors, lookin' into the lost forgotten years for...'

Name the song : 'If my thought-dreams could be seen, they'd probably put my head in a guillotine.'

Which commercial Bob Dylan didnt appared in ?

in his high school yearbook What did the young Dylan state as his ambition?

Name the song: 'Peace is not welcome at all. It's turned away from the door to wander some more or put up against the wall.'

on which year “Blowing in the wind” song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame?

2 Comments

  1. AJS is INCORRECT!
    New York in 1963, he bought a 1964 Triumph T100. This quick and light 500cc motorcycle became his main form of transportation for the next several years.

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